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Who is Afraid of Z Not Me?

This is a story about an alphabet called Z,  which is being ignored by almost everyone.  It begins with a cup of coffee falls on mom’s computer keyboard, and the letter Z is spoiled. Mumma was not worried that the letter Z was not there because it was not much use, but later on she realised that it was important too. The moral of the story is that one should never think that anything is not important because whatever exists on this earth has its importance. Lubaina Bandukwala has written this story in a rhythmic manner that is quite catchy.

Moreover, the illustrations by Allen Shaw are so colourful that you will love the book, and so will your little ones!

Author: Lubaina Bandukwala, Illustrator: Allen Shaw, Publisher: Harpercollins, Grade:1-2, Age: 6-8, Price: 250 INR, Language: English, Writing StyleRhyming style,

Reviewed by Tarannum Athar




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